Pokemon Go Guide – Where To Catch 15 Rare Pokemon In Singapore

If you are serious about Pokemon Go, it is time to step out of your comfortable neighbourhood of Pidgeys and Rattata (unless you are freaking staying at 401 Hougang Ave 10) and go hunt where the big games are. Singaporeans have been sharing their personal experiences of where to get these much coveted Pokemon all over our Little Red Dot! Here’s our guide on where to catch 15 rare Pokemon in Singapore! You may also like to read our Ultimate Pokemon Go Hunting Guide For Pokemon Trainers

1. Where To Catch Gyarados In Singapore

If you do not want to work your ass off to get a Gyarados through sacrificing loads of Magikarps, you will have to try your luck at one of these 3 locations – Blk 401 Hougang Ave 10, Bukit Panjang Plaza and Chinese Garden Twin Pagoda

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2. Where To Catch Magikarps In Singapore

Face it, bro. Gyarados don’t always come ready made for you. Capturing one Magikarp gets you three candies and trading a Magikarp to Professor Willow gets you one candy so you have to catch 101 Magikarps to be able to evolve. You will be able to get your fill of Magikarp at Esplanade and Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

As stated in our post on Pokemon Go Trainer Level Up XP Requirements, Unlocks & Rewards, wild Pokemon cap is at Level 30. Beyond Level 30, the same max CP Pokémon will be found. This is when you should start spending the candy and stardust to upgrade your best Pokemon. We recommend that you only evolve when you get a Top Level Wild MagiKarp after Trainer Level 30. Else you will have to go through the same shit again to evolve another one in future.

3. Where To Catch Pikachu In Singapore

Wild Pikachus are running about in Universal Studios Singapore! We are not really sure why Pikachu choose to spawn at this particular spot on Sentosa Island. Heard from fellow trainers that they are only found within the theme park grounds so unless you buy your way in, you have to wait patiently for some to stray away from their nest. You can try Woodlands Waterfront Park too.

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4. Where To Catch Raichu In Singapore

We are not exactly sure what’s the link with the automobiles and Raichu but Leng Kee Road is the place to be to capture Pikachu evolved form.

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5. Where To Catch Dratini In Singapore

You are lucky that you have 2 spots to consider. You can either head down to Chinese Garden in Jurong, Marina Bay Sands Singapore, Woodlands Waterfront Park or Punggol Park In Hougang. These mini dragons are found near water bodies so try to locate them there.

6. Where to Catch Dragonite In Singapore

If you are too impatient to get your Dragonite through the usual evolution method, we have 3 locations for you to bag your very first cute orange dragon. Dragonite is available at Singapore Management University, Suntec City and Tiong Bahru Plaza.

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7. Where To Catch Charizard In Singapore

Charizard flies in search of powerful opponents. It breathes fire of such great heat that it melts anything. However, it never turns its fiery breath on any opponent weaker than itself. To catch this fiery Pokemon, you have to be at these 3 locations – Sengkang Community Club, ION Orchard Atrium Level 1 or the area between Seletar Club Road and Seletar Country Club!

8. Where to Catch Snorlax In Singapore

When it comes to Pokemon Go, you cannot afford to skip this powerhouse. With high defence and healthy, Snorlax is great for defending gyms against folks from other teams. Thankfully, they are well spread across the island at these 7 locations – 401 Hougang Ave 10, 5 Tampines Central 6, Tampines Street 83, Bedok Point, VivoCity, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Woodlands Ave 1

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9. Where To Catch Porygon In Singapore

Catch this colourful Programming Code Pokemon at these 6 locations on our Little Red Dot – Orchard Central Mall, Area between City Vibe and Clementi Mall, Area beside Marina Cove, East Coast Park, Parklane Shopping Mall, City Square Mall and 271 Bukit Batok East Ave 4.

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9. Where To Catch Chansey In Singapore

This pink, ovoid Pokémon is a female-only species with no male counterpart. Chansey lays several nutritious eggs every day, which it carefully carries in its pouch. A kindhearted Pokémon, it will share these eggs with injured people and Pokémon. The eggs become more delicious if Chansey is raised with love and care. Hence the best place to look it would be Changi General Hospital and Khoo Teck Phuat Hospital. Take care!

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10. Where To Catch Lapras In Singapore

Despite being a powerful and mythical Pokemon, this creature is extremely gentle and adorable. You can find more of its kind at Marina Bay Financial Center Tower 3 and Choa Chu Kang Ave 3

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11. Where To Catch Venusaur In Singapore

This squat, quadruped Pokémon with bumpy, blue-green skin can be found at Tanjong Pagar Plaza and NSRCC Kranji Sanctuary Golf Course!

12. Where To Catch Blastoise In Singapore

Wanna bag this large, bipedal tortoise-like Pokémon? Trainers prize it for its two powerful water cannons that reside within the top sides of its shell. These cannons can be extended or withdrawn and can be used to assist in high-speed charges. You can try your luck at these 4 hot spots – Pek Kio Market, 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Outside Ang Mo Kio MRT station along Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Woodlands Waterfront Park and the Stone Boar at Chinese Garden

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13. Where To Catch Onix In Singapore

Interesting fact about Onix – it has has a magnet in its brain that serves as an internal compass which helps when it tunnels underground. Its body absorbs many hard objects, making its body very solid. As it grows older, it becomes more rounded and smoother, eventually becoming similar to black diamonds. To nab this Pokemon, you have to wander around AMK Hub and Suntec City

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14. Where To Catch Growlithe In Singapore

Growlithe is a friendly and loyal Pokémon that will fearlessly defend its Trainer and territory from harm, even against larger, stronger enemies. Otherwise, this obedient Pokémon will wait motionlessly until given an order. To snare a Growlithe, go hunt at Japanese Garden Singapore

15. Where To Catch Jynx In Singapore

Jynx communicates by using dance-like movements. These rhythmic movements often cause people to dance along with it. It puts its enemies to sleep using its signature move, Lovely Kiss. To reel in a Jynx, make your way to Kent Ridge Park.

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We hope you find our Pokemon Go guide on where to catch 15 rare Pokemon in Singapore useful. You may also like to read our post on Pokemon Go Trainer Level Up XP Requirements, Unlocks & Rewards too!

1 Comment on this Post

  1. Snorlax sighting this afternoon around 2pm along Keong Siak Street, Chinatown.
    So many people rushed to catch the rare Snorlax!! Many had successful catch


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